Strong Attendance Reported At Spring NELA Meeting

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Woodstock,VT–The New England Lumbermen’s Association (NELA) recently gathered here at The Woodstock Inn & Resort for their annual spring meeting. Attendance was strong at 85 attendees with most of that number being members from Canada who could not attend meetings in the U.S. for several months due to COVID restrictions.

The morning started with a registration and coffee hour where old acquaintances were renewed after the long hiatus. After a buffet lunch the group sat down for a highly anticipated business discussion moderated by former President Bob Chase of Quabbin Timber. Happy hour and dinner followed the afternoon session.

For further information regarding the NELA please contact Secretary/Treasurer Chris Castano at

Woodstock,VT–The New England Lumbermen’s Association (NELA) recently gathered here at The Woodstock Inn & Resort for their annual spring meeting.  Attendance was strong at 85 attendees with most of that number being members from Canada who could not attend meetings in the U.S. for several months due to COVID restrictions. 

The morning started with a registration and coffee hour where old acquaintances were renewed after the long hiatus. After a buffet lunch the group sat down for a highly anticipated business discussion moderated by former President Bob Chase of Quabbin Timber.  Happy hour and dinner followed the afternoon session. 

For further information regarding the NELA please contact Secretary/Treasurer Chris Castano at ccastano@mainewoods.net.

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